Closed to the Public
FREE REGISTRATION is available for Midd students/faculty/staff and includes access to all sessions and events during the live conference plus eighty days of post-conference on-demand access (through Dec 31).
REGISTER NOW! Link and special instructions for free Midd registration at go/AASHE2021
Many interesting sessions and keynotes - check out the full schedule here.
The failure of many entities to respond effectively to a deadly pandemic, coming at a time when society is already reeling from intensifying climate-related disasters, ongoing systemic racism and rising authoritarianism, has resulted in profound apprehension about the future. With a theme of “The future is …”, this year’s Global Conference on Sustainability in Higher Education reflects the uncertainty about the future that many feel and invites participants to recommit themselves to the urgent work of building a future that is sustainable, equitable, and resilient. We seek to highlight inspiring examples of higher education leadership that empower participants to envision and create such a future. Ultimately, the future is ours to make. Are you committed to leveraging the power of higher education to forge a brighter future?
Tuesday, Oct. 12, 10:00a ET
Dr. Michael J. Sorrell, President, Paul Quinn College, will share a vision for a new model of higher education with poverty reduction as a core purpose. Tuesday, Oct. 12, 4:00p ET
Dina Gilio-Whitaker, lecturer, American Indian Studies, California State University at San Marcos, will draw from her forthcoming book Illegitimate Nation: Privilege, Race, and Accountability in the U.S. Settler State to argue that a sustainable future must simultaneously incorporate Indigenous knowledge and a decolonial ethic of political accountability to Indigenous nations for its ongoing genocidal settler structure.
- Sponsored by:
- Environmental Affairs